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J. S. Dinga

The Prime Ministry has become an auction sale, available to the highest bidder! Those gargantuan financial contributions from persons of the NWP paid off handsomely, didn't they, folks?

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Kuaté André

It was noticed that some people like Marafa left the government and we cannot know all the reasons that led to the exit from the government. What matters is that there is a new and dynamic team ready to work for the prosperity of our country.

Ernest Priso Ekambi

After the appointment of former President Ahidjo’s son as minister, the next question now asked by many is when will his body return to Cameroon? I think we should just be patient.

 Ekambi Gilbert

Since President Ahidjo’s death in Senegal and the non-return of his body to Cameroon, it is in the minds of many that President Paul Biya has been bearing a grudge against the Ahidjo family. After the appointment of former President Ahidjo’s son as minister, I wonder what will be said now.

Nitcheu Claude

High officials are appointed to serve the nation and its interests. It is not a permanent position, at any moment any one can enter and leave the government but the fact is he should be qualified to serve the nation based on his past experience. The appointment of Ahidjo into the government is a proof that President Paul Biya bears no grudge against the Ahidjo family as rumoured for years now.

Ernest Priso Ekambi

Everyone has his own ruling strategies and President Paul Biya has concern for Cameroonians. Increasing the number of ministerial posts does not matter as far as they are all efficient.The Anglophone versus Francophone debate is a nonevent; there has always been a considerable representation of Anglophones in the government over the years.

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Anyone can be appointed or dropped from the government at any moment. No one is eternal, untouchable or super powerful or special, even the staunch supporters of the regime are not spared. The number of ministers appointed does not matter, each minister has a specific task and they each have their role to play.

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There is a time to be appointed, a time to serve and a time to leave the government. President Paul Biya knows the game of politics and knows exactly whys of the number ministries he created and ministers he appointed.

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